The Latest Alzheimer's Research & the Promise of New Treatments
RSVP BELOW There’s hope on the horizon for individuals showing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
There’s hope on the horizon for individuals showing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
The search for an Alzheimer’s cure is always evolving, and we’re excited to spread news of every step forward. So please join us as Meg Boyce, LMSW, Vice President of Programs and Services for the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter, shares the latest advancements in care and treatment. Learn how early detection and groundbreaking medications like Leqembi are shaping a brighter future for individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s.
Presentation topics include:
How Leqembi fights amyloid plaques in the brain.
Progress in the first six months after FDA approval.
What Leqembi means for individuals, families and caregivers.
Medicare coverage and eligibility requirements.
Whether you are a healthcare professional, a caregiver, someone concerned about their cognitive health, or simply interested in the latest advancements in Alzheimer’s research, this event offers valuable insights that can make a difference. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to gain knowledge, ask questions, and be part of the conversation shaping the future of Alzheimer’s disease treatment.
The Kensington is a leading senior living provider of best-in-class memory care, led by a talented team with an unwavering commitment to excellence. We are proud to be a trusted source of information about dementia and Alzheimer’s care. We encourage you to share your concerns so we can provide the expert support that you or your loved one needs. Please reach out.
Meg Boyce, Vice President of Programs and Services for the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter, oversees programs and services offered by the chapter to meet the needs of the community. She received her master’s of social work from Fordham University in 1995 and worked in the long-term care field from 1995 to 2000 as director of social work for two nursing facilities in Dutchess County. Meg played an integral part in opening the first unit in the country for inmates with Alzheimer’s disease or related forms of dementia. She also provided a web-based training for police officers throughout the state of New York.
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(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST
The Kensington White Plains
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